We’ve compiled a slide show of selected images of our three week long Hospitalfield Summer Festival, 18 June – 7 July 2018. Beginning with the Children’s Procession with artist Holly White; new commissions by Mary Redmond, Zoë Paul, France-Lise McGurn and Andrew Wasylyk; and ending with the Beer & Berries celebration and End of Festival Music Event.
Over the Land & Under the Sea
Holly White designed the Children’s Graduation Procession with 400 children from nearby Timmergreens and Muirfield Primary School and opened our Hospitalfield Summer Festival.
18 June, 1 – 3pm
Free Drawing School
Fergus Tibbs has been commissioned to make our first Free Drawing School, a year round activity which was launched at our Hospitalfield Summer Festival with free drop in session.
19 June – 7 July, Tuesday – Saturday, 2 – 4pm
Andrew Wasylyk and Sharron Griffiths Concert
The premiere of newly commissioned works by the renowned Dundee based musician and producer, Andrew Wasylyk. Through a series of residencies and visits throughout the winter and spring, Wasylyk composed a suite of musical pieces inspired by this coastal location and in collaboration with the harpist Sharron Griffiths and featuring our historic Erard Grecian Harp.
23 June, 7 – 9pm
SCRIPT Summer Festival Open Weekend
A weekend of talks, tours and workshops focused around an exhibition by Zoë Paul in our Studios and a whole-room painting created by France-Lise McGurn in our Study Room.
Preview 29 June, 6 – 9pm; 30 June – 1 July, 11am – 5pm
Garden Sculpture Commission
Mary Redmond‘s work The Venny The Jumps is a large scale sculptural installation in the Walled Garden which is on show until the end of September.
Beer & Berries and Scotland’s Garden Scheme
An opportunity for visitors to meet a selection of producers and suppliers of the best beer and berries in Scotland found here in Angus and take part in a series of conversations and talks about the politics of food.
7 July, 12 – 5pm
End of Festival Music Event
The finale of Hospitalfield Summer Festival with live band ST.MARTiiNS plus summer DJ soundtracks from Reckless Kettle and Nina Stanger.
7 July, 6 – 10pm